Breeze (Longer Version)

Breeze (Longer Version)

A Poem by Katherine S.

A longer version of my haiku, "Breeze".

              The October winds return once more
              They shake the trees with a mighty roar
              Branches dance to an endless tune
              It gets even louder when you see the moon
5            Leaves become a blanket on the ground
              Keeping the seeds warm until next time 'round
              It is almost time for dusk
              Wind starts to feel as sharp as a mammoth tusk
              The breeze blows right through my bones
10          My body tightens as hard as stones
              All through my spine I can feel the shivers
              Even my bones begin to quiver
              And despite my skin turning into a rough leather
              I love this weather.

© 2017 Katherine S.

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Added on January 19, 2017
Last Updated on January 19, 2017
Tags: poem, autumn, breeze, weather, aabb


Katherine S.
Katherine S.

Pittsburgh, PA

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